Muanikau preschoolers educated on road works

Nina Tenerio (left) of the Bright Little Ones Children's Services watching the roadworks with Alanieta Dinibau and Aaliyah Morriso along Muanikau Road in Suva. Picture: JAKE CABANIUK

THE Fulton Hogan team in Suva was very grateful to educate the children of Bright Little Ones Children’s Services childhood centre on how road works is done.

The team was today situated at Muanikau road where the demonstrations on road works was done.

The Centre’s director, Milika Ratucicivi said the idea of having the team over was after the construction of roads in the Suva area caught the attention of the four and five year olds in a big way.

“The teachers have noticed from last year and it has continued this year how the children have incorporated road construction in their outdoor and indoor play,” she said.

“Holes can be found around the school yard, road blocks are constructed and traffic is diverted that not even the teachers are allowed to cross, open-ended materials of sticks, rocks, logs are used in addition to the cones.”

She acknowledged Fulton Hogan for recognizing the early years of learning.

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